This story about the woman that was murdered and had her fetus stolen, illustrates an important point that some people unfortunately learn the hard way:<br><br>Never, ever, Ever, EVER meet someone from the Internet at your house. <br><br>EVER!!!!!<br><br>I sell a lot of stuff on eBay, and inevitably, someone local will contact me about "just picking it up." If I do that, it's always at a public place, and I bring someone with me. People are just way too trusting...and when it comes to the Internet, anybody can be anyone anywhere. <br><br>It's sad what happened to this woman, but the Internet is filled with crazy people. Just look around here! <br><br>
Agreed. But, inevitably people will do it again. Just like they'll answer those scam Paypal emails etc.<br><br>Of course this story also gives new plausibility to Scott Peterson's defense. I don't know if it could be used in an appeal though.<br><br>
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